Our reports include over 87 data indicators.
We analyze and visualize data for a wide array of indicators, to understand how health outcomes and health determinants in your county comapare to those in comparable ‘peer’ counties.
We generate maps to show geographic distributions of health data. The geographic patterns highlight health issues that are unique to your county, and also point out widespread health challenges that could be addressed collaboratively by regional interventions.
We generate statewide county-level bar graphs. Paired with maps that illustrate geographic relationships, the bar graphs show indicator data with greater precision.
We include trend graphs to show changes in health indicators over time. These graphs are valuable tools for gauging the success of past prevention efforts, spotting emerging health challenges, and projecting the possible magnitude of future health burdens.
We carefully analyze data by sociodemographic catergories in order to identify health disparities. Side-by-side comparisons of health indicators by race/ethnicity and other variables serve as actionable data outputs for promoting health equity.
Dot distribution maps
We use satellite imagery and dot distribution mapping to display the locations of health care facilities in your community. These maps can reveal geographic gaps in facility placement, and opportunities for improving access.
Geocoding provided by Texas A&M Geoservices
I.H. Michaels, LLC